12 Week Training Program - Port to Port MTB
Train Smart = Maximum Froth:
A multi-day stage race needs more than just a good level of fitness. With each day a different mix of punishing climbs, wicked long descents on both fire roads and single track with the need to backup fresh each day means your training needs to prepare you specificity for these demands.
This 12 week training program is designed to cover exactly that. Used by winners and grinners of the MOTION MTB TEAM (old name: TORQ MTB Team) and masters riders alike to beat PB’s, our training programs are based on a winning formula and is tailored specifically for each individuals availability, skill and current fitness level. This is NOT AN ‘OFF THE SHELF PLAN’.
WHAT YOU GET
- Guaranteed to increase your performance
- Simple process & structure for you to follow
- Coaching from leading MTB coaches
- 12 week Training Program – tailored to your availability (6, 9, 12 hours) and the demands of the Port to Port MTB race
- Each week of training, you’ll receive further tips, checklists, and advice on all things that’ll improve your P2P experience
- Videos & weekly motivation from Head Frother, Mark Fenner
- Leading up to the event you’ll also receive further advice on nailing your Port to Port MTB race
HOW IT WORKS
Included Plan: you’ll be emailed your training program on the 2nd March 2019.
Bronze Plan: you’ll have access to your plan in the HUB prior to the 2nd March 2019.
Silver Plan: your training program will be loaded in your Today’s Plan account prior to the 2nd March 2019, with access to it around 1-2 weeks prior.
Depending on your level, you may receive a questionnaire so we can tailor your training program based on 6, 9, or 12 hours per week training load. If your level doesn’t include customisations, you’ll skip this step (e.g. the ‘Included Plan’).
Throughout the 12 weeks, you’ll be given extra content on top of your training program covering nutrition, bike setup, race tips, technical skills, and so much more!!
ABOUT PORT TO PORT MTB
Port to Port MTB is an annual four day MTB stage race which takes place from May 23-26, 2019. Designed to be fun and challenging for riders of all levels, from recreational to competitive. Riders are treated to the iconic local scenery of Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, and the Hunter Valley.
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NOT SURE WHICH PROGRAM?
What if I have little time to train?
What if I want more coach contact?
Why should I upgrade to the Bronze Plan?
There is a huge amount of difference between the included in the entry plan and the $79-dollar upgrade plan. Head coach of FTP Training Mark “Fenz” Fenner wrote all the plans for the Port to Port, but, specifically tailored the workouts in the Bronze level plan for the actual specific demands of the event. Fenz wrote the upgraded Bronze plan to allow for different time availability’s of either 6, 9 or 12 hours.
Each Bronze plan comes with media/video content specific to the Port to Port that was filmed with many of the FTP Training coached riders and Port to Port winners, like Peta Mullens, Mark Tupalski and Chris Hamilton. Each week’s media covers a huge amount of training related information like strength and conditioning, stretching, nutrition, MTB skills, race tactics, mental skills, bike set up all specific to the Port to Port. Fenz who has also raced the Port to Port covers course analysis and pacing strategies for each stage.
As well as all this you are also able to login to the monthly webinars with an FTP Training coach to cover more training related information to help you be the best you can come race day and answer questions and provide any help they can.
What is the difference between the Silver and the Bronze Plan?
The silver level upgrade has all the added value of the Bronze plan, but, takes things to the next level in terms of the way in which the program is delivered (Today’s Plan online training platform) The Silver plan option comes with personalised interactions with a FTP Training coach. If you’re really looking to step up and understand more about what your capable of as a rider, get to the bottom of what the numbers mean in terms of power or heart rate, then this is the right choice for you.